Do mini-vacations count for anything?

Disney Monorail
This is not the Paris Metro train system, but it stops off near France
Walt Disney's biggest dream
Walt Disney’s biggest dream and the American flag

Do mini-vacations count for anything? I’m gonna say yes. Sure, there’s an insane work ethic in our household. Living next to “the vacation kingdom of the world” compliments us… a big dream born long ago.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.


  1. Jeff,

    Now with school starting back in full-swing, along with all that is being done (e.g., church, youth group, piano, voice, basketball, etc.) those mini-vacations do mean a lot. There needs to be a time to have some recharging. If you don’t, you will end up the poster child for a Jackson Browne song – “Running on Empty.”


  2. I agree with you…but sometimes you have to let things go of some things before the tank gets empty. That’s where I am at right now.

    A professor once told me, “In an effort to try to do it all, you end up doing nothing very well.”

  3. Bob, good morning. 🙂
    Yes, and, in my first message it didn’t come through as strongly as intended.
    I struggle with what you’re struggling with.
    Literally all day. Everyday.
    This is a really tough time for an ambitious person (and we all are ambitious) to be alive.
    Let’s stick together in our journey to balance all that comes in front of us.
    And help each other in our quest to learn what to hold on to and what to let go of.

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